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Monday, January 31, 2011
Islamophobe Who Wanted to Blow up Dearborn Mosque Says He’s a Muslim Convert, Served Time in Jail for Threatening to Kill Bush… by SHEIKYERMAMI
THE KNIVES COME OUT? NATIONALIZATION OF SAIF AL-ISLAM'S MEDIA GROUP A BLOW TO WOULD-BE REFORMERS Passed to the Telegraph by WikiLeaks
Egypt Unrest Affects Relationship With U.S., Global Economy Protesters Call for U.S. Support; Analysts Fear Effect on Oil Markets BY DAVID KERLEY AND CAIT TAYLOR
Watching Egypt Burn: An Israeli Perspective What is happening now in Egypt has immediate and potentially disastrous consequences for the Jewish state. (Also read Roger L. Simon at the Tatler: "Cluless Israel wakes up on PR (sort of)") - by Benjamin Kerstein
Egyptian Uprising: Mustafa Al-Naggar, Coordinator of ElBaradei's National Coalition for Change: "We Want One of Two Good Things: Freedom or Martyrdom... Let Them Kill the Egyptian People in Its Entirety" (video)
Why they hate Mubarak: "He is supporting Israel. Israel is our enemy...If people are free in Egypt...they gonna destroy Israel"
Huckabee: Egypt protests "threaten the world" Speaking in Israel, the likely White House candidate throws cold water on Egypt's pro-democracy movement BY JUSTIN ELLIOTT
"PROTESTS WILL NOT STOP AND CHAOS WILL SPREAD TO NOT ONLY YEMEN, BUT THE ENTIRE REGION. IT’S ALL IN SALEH’S HANDS NOW." HAKIM ALMASMARI PUBLISHER & EDITOR IN CHIEF
Egypt: Christians fear Muslim Brotherhood takeover, Coptic Pope forbids Christians to participate in demonstrations
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Moscow airport bombing: why a terrorist mastermind is sending chills down spines When a man wearing a black baseball cap blew himself and 35 others up at Russia's busiest airport last Monday ordinary Russians were sure it was the work of Islamist terrorists.
Tunisians wary as Islamists emerge from hiding Islamists, long oppressed under the former regime, had little to do with the uprising, but they could benefit from a transition to democracy. The thought unsettles some in this largely secular country.
PROTESTS WILL NOT STOP AND CHAOS WILL SPREAD TO NOT ONLY YEMEN, BUT THE ENTIRE REGION. IT’S ALL IN SALEH’S HANDS NOW. HAKIM ALMASMARI PUBLISHER & EDITOR IN CHIEF
This is what Egypt looks like right now Photos and videos from the ground on the 5th day of action in Cairo, Suez, Alexandria, and the rest of Egypt BY ADAM CLARK ESTES
ElBaradei to US: Take Egypt's Mubarak off life support Egyptian opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei urged President Obama on Sunday not to be the 'last one' to withdraw support from Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
The Laws of Jihad: Oppose Tyrants. Sheikh Yousef Al-Qaradhawi Joins In Support for Anti-Regime Demonstrations in Arab Countries In response to the wave of mass anti-regime demonstrations currently taking place in several Arab countries, prominent Sunni cleric Sheikh Yousef Al-Qaradhawi, head of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, joined in support for the protestors.
Egypt: Three Possible Outcomes It might be the entire Western position in the Middle East that is swept away, and one dictatorship might be replaced by a worse one. I hope this analysis is wrong; I fear that it is accurate - by Barry Rubin
WikiLeaks: Catty Embassy Gossip Directed at Azerbaijan’s First Lady A misogynistic attack on Mehriban Aliyeva, an accomplished, independent woman who serves as a stylish role model for young Muslim girls - by Norma Zager
Russian imam who converted suspected Moscow jihad bomber had explosives manual, yet was defended by head of Council of Muftis of Russia